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Insurance Business | 22 Jan 2013, 02:30 PM Agree 0
An Australian insurance broker has offered an enforceable undertaking (EU) to ASIC to permanently refrain from providing financial services after some deeply fraudulent activity.
  • Greg Cochrane MFP INSURANCE BROKERS | 22 Jan 2013, 04:46 PM Agree 0
    No doubt clients of Barker Meier Insurance Brokers were affected by the actions of Paul Meier but spare a thought for the Ken Barker of Barker Meier who was the trusting partner in this firm doing what most good old school insurance brokers do well...sell insurance... and Ken has done that for many ,many years and well, but leaving all that administration stuff to others...naive? perhaps , trusting? yes ,devistated certainly ! vunerable?...yes we all are to greed/desparation and the easily accessible money ...belong to others!..hard lessons of life in business with a partner.
    Chin up Ken,you still have lots of mates who understand and I am one of them.
  • Not quite as gullible as others | 23 Jan 2013, 10:39 AM Agree 0
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  • Flinbroker | 24 Jan 2013, 08:18 AM Agree 0
    Premium Funding Pty Ltd allows finance contracts to be done without the need for a signature of the client ( see their website)
    This case could be one of many to surface .
    Despite contact they continue with this practice .
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